The SNP has warned that while it backs pension freedoms, it plans to identify and target hidden and unfair charges.
Lloyds director of strategic partnerships Peter Curran is set to leave on 30 April.
Recent stories have played on the fact that despite the Care Act no insurance company is looking to develop care products.
The pension reforms offer a great opportunity for financial advisers to attract new clients and grow their business.
Increasingly, we are seeing networks banning their affiliates from transacting such business and compliance specialists referring to the process as potentially just too toxic.
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With the general election campaign now in full swing, our domestic market is displaying the sort of nervousness that might be expected when the final outcome is so uncertain.
Creating and implementing diligent systems and processes now might well save some future embarrassment.
Dangerous gaps have been left in the pensions system given the rapid pace of reform, including blurred lines around guidance and the lack of a coherent process to refer to advisers.
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Insurer has backtracked on plans to offer savers guidance over fears of straying into advice. Money Marketing understands Aviva had planned to launch a 30-strong team to deliver phone-based guidance.
Advisers question whether the CII is playing catch-up on qualifications, despite its overhaul of criteria for chartered firms. And is level six becoming the new level four?
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